Six Sigma Ranch and Winery
I might not be able to blog much the next few days, so I'll pose this fun question. Has anyone heard of the Six Sigma winery, founded by a former GE executive?
What would a “Lean winery” look like, I wonder? Why can't we level load grape production throughout the year? That's a joke… :-)
I'm sure you could apply kaizen, waste reduction, and “respect for people” in a winery as much as any organization, be it a factory or a hospital.
Update Feb 20, 2015: I had a chance to have a Six Sigma wine last night at the hotel that's hosting the Society for Health Systems Conference, which seemed appropriate.
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